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Grantham

Grantham

An idyllic market town situated within the rural setting of Lincolnshire. Located a mere hour away from London by train, and with close links to a number of other nearby cities and towns including Lincoln and Nottingham. There is the Saturday street market as well as the farmers market for the chance to purchase some local produce or hand crafted goods. There are many local walks here for visitors to take part in, including guided tours, which expand upon the area’s history including how Sir Isaac Newton attended school here at Grantham’s Kings School, as well as the location of Margaret Thatcher’s birth.

We love Grantham because...

  • Close links to London
  • Idyllic market town
  • Interesting local history
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Stoke Rochford Hall
Stoke Rochford Grantham Lincolnshire NG33 5EJ

This grand old building is brimming with character, modern comforts and contemporary amenities.

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Stoke Rochford Hall
Stoke Rochford Grantham Lincolnshire NG33 5EJ

This grand old building is brimming with character, modern comforts and contemporary amenities.

In and around Grantham

Belton House

This peaceful country house mansion was erected in 1688 and is a marvel of architecture, well-maintained grounds and surrounding paths through the wooded parks. The house is often described as a fantastic example of a typical English country house. The house changed hands a number of times before being purchased by the National Trust, which has opened it to the public.

Woolsthorpe Manor

This manor house is the birthplace of one of the greatest minds this world has ever seen, Sir Isaac Newton. Sir Isaac performed many of his most infamous experiments in these very walls, including when he saw an apple falling and formulated his laws of universal gravitation. Aside from the spectacular history of the building, the grounds and furnishing are also to be admired.

St. Wulfram's Church

An iconic and dramatic building that has remained mainly unchanged since the 16th century. This ancient site of prayer is open to the public, as it has been since medieval pilgrims once visited to pay tribute to the relics housed here. Visit the library and crypt and admire the many astonishing fixtures and fittings before climbing the tower for some extraordinary views over the town.

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